Trailhead: Park at the Siffleur Falls parking lot next to the David Thompson #11 highway. 210kms west of Rocky Mountain House.
Description: Follow the well worn Siffleur Falls trail towards the North Saskatchewan River. Cross the suspension bridge over the north Saskatchewan River then follow the long wooden boardwalk. This area is very dry and sensitive to wind erosion. Over time, one footprint can lead to a large wind blown hole.
Once you reach the end of the wooden boardwalk turn right and follow an old dirt road until you reach Loudon Creek. From here you can follow Loudon Creek downstream to where it enters the North Saskatchewan River. If you’re on a bike you can continue on and ride all the way to the Warden Station in Banff National Park near Saskatchewan River Crossing.
The trail is no longer maintained past Loudon Creek so expect lots of deadfall and small creek fords. Loudon Creek is situated on the Kootenay Plains. This area was once home to the Kootenay natives. You are in bear country